Real Color Wheel Company
Real Color Wheel Company

Real Color Wheel Company

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Introduction: Every painting and the Real Color Wheel is original. I paint on location all the time, either in oil, pastels, acrylics or watercolors. I love them all. Pre-selling a location is added gravy. I can paint anything from a portrait to your house, but not from photographs, I never use them.
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  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    This is a partial list of the colleges and universities that have my Color on Location and Real Color Wheel for their art department. 5-20-8 I just learned today that the San Francisco Academy of Art University is teaching my color wheel in it's Color Theory Program. It all started in 2002 with the International Middle School of Geneva, Switzerland. Western Kentucky University was the first U.S. university to support, commend and subscribe to the Real Color Wheel. 2-24-08, In the past thirty days Northern Arizona University, BYU, Glenn Carleton College, Pittsford Sutherland High School, Imperial College London, University of New South Wales, Kennesaw State University, York College of The City University of New York, Lausanne Collegiate School and United Arab Emirates University have requested the Real Color Wheel course or color wheel. All my commissioned paintings use this color wheel, therefore it's oppositions are correct and I don't need black pigment.

  • What types of customers have you worked with?

    I print Giclees of customers images and paint locations here on Maui for Residents and visitors. They both take about a week to complete.

  • What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?

    In the 1990's, when I had a gallery, I sold more original artwork than anyone in Hawaii. That was a cover story for Sketchpad in the Maui News.

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